You can polish a turd to make it look better, but in the end, it is still just a shiny turd.
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It's not just Jason that haunts this game. Bugs, lag, and lack of servers are the main horrors here.
It's a fun isometric shooter, if you can forgive the stifling controls. The game doesn't last long, and there's no major incentive for you to go back to replay a level.
Visuals that are dated for 2016, but enough driving to wear out all four tyres.
The open world design shows potential, but keep running: If you stop, so will the fun.
A marked improvement from previous iterations, and a solid game that shows promise.
While strategically deep; pacing and control issues prevent this game from being fantastic.
Vast, but very little peppered throughout. Wildlands is one that plays better with others.
Celebrate Xmas by skewering zombies with a swordfish. Mindless, stupid fun.
MXGP2’s excellent physics and gameplay mechanics makes it a game-changer in the motocross genre.
Rare Replay is a fantastic "Best-of" collection, and for $40, it's a bargain
A Souls-like game with its own identity, The Surge deserves merit for its combat and sci-fi setting.
A great single player campaign that pays homage to the original, but the multiplayer is forgettable.
On-court improvements off-set by off-court issues
Rise of the Tomb Raider is not a good movie to watch, but a great world to explore
Three games for the price of one is a great buy, but be prepared for shoddy looking characters.
Deeper than you think, with simple mechanics that make it a great asymmetric game.
Open world NBA is all flash, no substance – a dampener on an otherwise great game.
A revamped design breathes new life into the franchise. Origins is the start of something great.
You won't see any major improvements outside of the visuals, but it's the minor improvements across the board that makes this game an incredible shooter.